ABCL Next showcased new & clean biotechnology

The biotechnology industry is budding with many world-changing concepts and ready-for-market products. Several California-based companies working in this space discussed their objectives and perspectives at the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference (ABLC Next), hosted by Biofuels Digest in San Francisco last week. Alan Shaw, CEO [...]

Midwest braces for winter temps in early November

The weekly natural gas inventories set a new-record high on Oct. 25 at just under 3,700 Bcf, registering 17.8 percent above the prior year’s levels. However, the seasonal build may be coming to an abrupt halt in the first week of November as a [...]

U.S. ethanol production at four-year low

U.S. ethanol production averaged 1.02 million barrels per day during the week ending Aug. 16, down 2.1 percent for the week and down around 4.7 percent YOY. Since mid-July, this year’s weekly ethanol production has lagged last year’s volume by around 4 percent. Weekly [...]

Renewed equities & energy buying with more dovish Fed

In recent testimony, Fed Chairman Powell stated that the longer-term policy of the Central Bank is now aiming for lower rates than today. Although several Fed members voiced worries about guarding against inflation, most now favor some sort of rate cut, as evidence by [...]

March biodiesel production down 5 percent YOY

U.S. manufacturers produced 141 million gallons of biodiesel in March, up 8 percent from February but 8 million gallons less than a year ago. Total sales of B100, including B100 used in biodiesel blends, were about the same year over year. Imports were 21.4 [...]